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How to Cite - Guide to Citing Sources in Your Research Paper   Tags: apa, bibliography, chicago, citation, in-text, in-text citation, mla, parenthetical, works cited  

This guide lists selected Style Manuals, Citation Guides and other tools for citing both print and electronic/web sources in your work. Chesnutt Library also provides access to RefWorks, a web-based bibliography manager which automatically formats papers.
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Importing References

You can import references into Refworks directly from many sources such as:

  • journal article databases (e.g. PubMed, Web of Knowledge, EBSCOHOST etc.).
  • the web (e.g. Google Scholar).
  • manually (i.e. if you have a citation in hand).

For a comprehensive, up-to-date list of Instructions for exporting citations from various databases and importing into RefWorks, please refer to the official RefWorks website



Click on the sub-pages under Import References for more detailed explanations for helping exporting citations from the more popular databases.

For a longer list of Direct Export Partners, click on http://www.refworks.com/content/path_learn/direct_export.asp.




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